Dyad

Members Names

Table #

PBI facilitator

Compelling Question & Link to Initial Video

Dyad 1
Cynthia Whetzel, Lisa Denton & Elaine Vallery
1
Andrea Gambino
What impact did the Civil Rights Movement have on educational opportunities for miniorities in the United States?
Dyad 2
Jenn Odle & Andrea Phillips
1
Andrea Gambino
Why should technology be used in face-to-face classrooms?

Dyad 3

1
Andrea Gambino

Dyad 4
Hayley Fields & Teri Jo Watkins
2
Gail Holmes

Dyad 5
Ashleigh Buie & Amber Teeters
2
Gail Holmes

Dyad 6
Karen Brewer & Michael Williams
2
Gail Holmes
How does an understanding of Fair Use impact students' use of technology?

Dyad 7
Stephanie Phillips & Rob Smith
3
Aaron Johnson
What issues are important to American voters today?

Dyad 8
Amber Willis, Andrea Haynes & Valerie Stover
3
Aaron Johnson
How do the laws of motion illustrate the principles of math and science?

Dyad 9

3
Aaron Johnson

Dyad 10
Robert Reed & Susan Stanley
4
Sinky
What are the ins and outs of getting from here to there?

Dyad 11
Phillip Bohanon, Matt Kinnaird, & Edwin Spivey
4
Sinky
How will the use of YouTube Editor enhance understanding in the science classroom?
http://youtu.be/MUMrR9PWBE8
Dyad 12

4
Sinky

Dyad 13

5
Abbey Heilmann

Dyad 14
Loretta Wilson & Amanda Venturella
5
Abbey Heilmann
How might primary resources help you understand the character of the time period? How might my primary source document help my classmates better understand me?

Dyad 15
Erin McCully & Laurel Hawkins
5
Abbey Heilmann
How do protest songs reflect society?

Dyad 15 - Laurel & Erin from OMS Chorus on Vimeo.




The Protest Song unit is geared for 8th grade students in a music appreciation class. The rural school population carries the demographics of over 50% free and reduced lunch and a growing rate of English Second Language learners. The majority of the jobs in the region are in manufacturing and are slowly closing, creating a increasing level of unemployment for the parents of this students. As many of the student population within our region do not travel beyond the county line, the purpose of this unit is to broaden their knowledge base of world events as well as create a connection between themselves and the world at large through music. This unit is meant to be an integrated unit with 8th grade Social Studies in the last 9 weeks of the school year when the 21st century events are being discussed and evaluated. As it also has elements of writing, the goal is to incorporate this unit when poetry is being analyzed in language arts classes.
Dyad 16
Penny Jenkins, Eric Taylor & Christie Abernathy
6
Celeste Bryant
How can we evaluate statistical data to boost students' awareness of the water crisis in Sudan?

yad 17

6
Celeste Bryant

Dyad 18

6
Celeste Bryant

Dyad 19
Todd Plummer & Robert Horn
7
Erin Krupa
Should the United States continue current levels of foreign aid to fight the "War on Terror?"

Dyad 20
Christi Joyner & Cheryl Jeffries
7
Erin Krupa

What are some alternatives to our current dependence on foreign oil?
Dyad 21
Ruth Wilcox & Charlene Surratt
7
Erin Krupa

Dyad 22
Carrie Linville & Jessica Smith
8
Laura Fogle
How can technology help students learn about weather, develop argument with supporting evidence, and collaboratively develop and present a fictional story?

Dyad 23
Alina Lebrato & Christine Scott
8
Laura Fogle
How are 21st century skills related to an IB education?

Dyad 24
Brad Craddock & Lisa Bodenheimer
8
Laura Fogle
What does the IMPACT "paradigm shift" mean for teachers in our schools?

Dyad 25
Yvette Jobe, Emily Miller & Michelle Edwards
9
Sinky

Why does society need rules?
Dyad 26
Mike Kennedy & Connie Harrison
9
Sinky
In today's school environment, what is the role of technology?

Dyad 27
Donna Malloy & Wynn Smith
9
Sinky

Dyad 28

9
Sinky

Dyad 29
Travis Crowder, Paula Vagnoni, & Toni Smith
10
Christine Christianson
How might students support a stance on a controversial subject by:
  • Using three credible sources to support their claims;
  • Creating a teacher-approved digital survey for peers and parents;
  • Analyzing the survey results; and
  • Creating a convincing digital presentation supporting their claim and present it to a selected audience?
Dyad 30
Suzanne Goble & Mark Ford
10
Christine Christianson
How can students use technology to create an online survey, collect and analyze the data, and present their findings?

Dyad 31

10
Christine Christianson

Dyad 32
Joshua McGhee & Carol Johnson
11
Julian Nichols-Wilson
How has technology made our lives better?

Dyad 33
Angela Kitchin & Josh Kitchin
11
Julian Nichols-Wilson
How would you describe a good person?

Dyad 34
Francis Altman, Nashawn Dawson & John Scarfpin
11
Julian Nichols-Wilson


View my updated project at
http://globaltechnology.wikispaces.com/
Dyad 35
Elizabeth Hebb & Lisa Chitty
12
Crystal Simmons
How can we facilitate student's in incorporating proper research skills?

NLI 2012 from Lisa Chitty on Vimeo.


Dyad 36

12
Crystal Simmons

Dyad 37
Ashlee Tetreault, Monica Pyrkowski & Megan Justice
12
Crystal Simmons
How are you affected by global epidemics?

Dyad 38
Michael Parker & Sachelle Dorecamp
13
Charley Norkus

Lesson Plan/student work examples (web quest)
Dyad 39
Betty Murphrey & Tracy Neal
13
Charley Norkus

Dyad 40
Pam Shivar & BJ Lewis & Chris Meadows
13
Charley Norkus
How do we make education more relevant for the students at JSHS through the use of the Macbook pro?

Lesson Plan / WIKI for our project